Red: The Heroic Rescue
"We have stepped off the cliff and are falling into madness."The mind-bending pace of Black accelerates in Red, Book Two of Ted Dekker's epic Circle Series. Less than a month ago, Thomas Hunter was a failed writer selling coffee at the Java Hut in Denver. Now he finds himself in a desperate quest... show more
"We have stepped off the cliff and are falling into madness."The mind-bending pace of Black accelerates in Red, Book Two of Ted Dekker's epic Circle Series. Less than a month ago, Thomas Hunter was a failed writer selling coffee at the Java Hut in Denver. Now he finds himself in a desperate quest to rescue two worlds from collapse. In one world, he's a battle-scarred general commanding an army of primitive warriors. In the other, he's racing to outwit sadistic terrorists intent on creating global chaos through an unstoppable virus. Two worlds on the brink of destruction. One unthinkable solution.Enter an adrenaline-laced epic where dreams and reality collide. Nothing is as it seems, as Black turns to Red.
Publish date: July 28th 2009
Publisher: Thomas Nelson Publishers
Pages no: 381
Edition language: English
Series: The Circle (#2)
Bored in the first 100 pages, at the very end is ok but it did not caught my attention as I expected... People died and I did feel for them... I beleive Ted Dekker could get more deep in these type of topic.
Again I really enjoyed this. Stronger allegorical messages than Black by quite a long way, but I was pleasantly surprised by the fact that I still enjoyed the story and the characterisation. I'm intrigued to see how the plot line in this world (Bangkok) straightens out, or if it does, in the next bo...
It got so exciting I actually read 490 pages of my edition in one day. I really didn't expect a series likes this to get better or even continue to be as it was, beacuse these kinds of stories usually go progresivelly worse. But, what a surprise I had! The story itself didn't get exactly a lot bette...
As good as his first in the series is Red pushes the envelope to another level. There's more action, more suspense and the clock winds down ever closer before the global pandemic destroys most of the world.Whereas the first book covers the fall of man in allegorical fashion the second novel focuses ...